Anne Neville: Queen to Richard III (England's Forgotten Queens)
3 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 2
Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Friday, June 25, 2010
Picked up at a "meet bookcrossing visitors" meeting in the Long Stone.
Journal Entry 3
Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Monday, August 02, 2010
Finding it hard to get into this, and I have many more books to read, so I think I'll give up and pass it on.
Journal Entry 4
Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Tuesday, January 18, 2011
I do like biographies, especially about women.
Journal Entry 5
Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Compared the the biography of Berengaria, Richard Lionheart’svwife, that I read just before this book, this work was horrendously boring.
Firstly, the author expects the reader to know the War of the Roses inside out.
Secondly, the author is obsessed with genealogy and legalese and spends pages over pages delving into the intricacies of Anne’s family and inheritance.
Thirdly, the author utterly fails to bring her to life. And as he expects the reader to know the history of the time period, he fails to bring that to life as well.
Journal Entry 6
The Long Stone Pub (OBCZ) in Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland on Monday, June 18, 2018
Released 5 mos ago (6/18/2018 UTC) at The Long Stone Pub (OBCZ) in Dublin, Co. Dublin Ireland
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Released at the monthly meetup.
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